 You can't even imagine your financial losses due to low voltage! You will be shocked! Calculation below. - Electrosheriff

# You can't even imagine your financial losses due to low voltage! You will be shocked! Calculation below.

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A 5000VA pump at a voltage of 160 Volts will spend how much more electricity if it operates for 100 hours in a row than at 220 Volts, the solution to the problem, the price of 1 kilowatt costs 10 cents

To solve this problem, we can use the formula:

Energy (in kWh)=(Power (in Watts)Voltage (in Volts))×Time (in hours)

Where:

• Power = 5000 VA (volt-amperes),
• Voltage1 = 160 Volts,
• Voltage2 = 220 Volts,
• Time = 100 hours.

First, let's calculate the energy consumption for both cases:

1. At 160 Volts: Energy1=(5000160)×100

2. At 220 Volts: Energy2=(5000220)×100

Now, let's find the difference in energy consumption:

Difference in Energy=Energy1−Energy2

Next, we'll calculate the cost difference using the given price of 1 kilowatt-hour (0.10 dollars):

Cost Difference=Difference in Energy×Cost per kWh

Now, let's perform the calculations:

1. Energy at 160 Volts: Energy1=(5000160)×100≈3125 kWh

2. Energy at 220 Volts: Energy2=(5000220)×100≈2272.73 kWh

Now, find the difference in energy consumption: Difference in Energy=3125−2272.73≈852.27 kWh

Now, calculate the cost difference: Cost Difference=852.27×0.10≈85.23 dollars

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